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    Apollo 16 Astronaut Charles M. Duke Standing On The Moon – April

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    • Phyllis Barnett

      Released to Public: Apollo 16 on the Moon, April 16, 1972 (NASA) Public Use Permitted. Credit: NASA

    • Scott @ Twenty2

      “It is really a strong smell. It has that taste – to me, gunpowder – and the smell of gunpowder, too.” Charlie Duke, Apollo 16 astronaut, 1972

    • Ron

      Apollo 16 astronaut Charles M. Duke standing on the Moon, April 1972 - Thanx Reddit

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      Artist's Rending of 'Out of This World Photo Scanning Outlet' on Moon of Earth

    • Alina Dziubek

      Apollo 16. Astronaut Charles M. Duke. Moon. April 1972-this is adventure!!

    • Superfoto Imaging

      You need more than just a camera and stand to take this level of photo

    • Duncan Masters

      Apollo 16 Astronaut Charles M. Duke Standing On The Moon – April

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